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FOX News
Mar 19, 2011 2:30pm EDT
or four weeks ago. having said that look what's happening in north america and the middle east. and the president knew this was coming and why is it he waited so long to be dragged to action, an action that america should have led on in the beginning. the fact that this president won't tell us what the game plan is, other than to signal to the enemy we will note use ground troops. i happened to agree with colonel cowan on the program early. this was a terrible signal to gaddafi, knowing in fact that the americans are not committed to removing him. so they'll bomb him, he'll reorganize and wait us out or he'll promise another cease-fire, he's going to play games with us, he knows this president not committed to getting the job done. >> kelly: and he know the cooperation on implementing the no-fly zone and nicolas sarkozy said that coalition forces, on protecting the benghazi, says, quote, our planes are already preventing air attacks on the city. is that enough support from britain and france? or should the united states be willing to do more as far as tomahawk missiles, planned
FOX News
Mar 20, 2011 6:30am EDT
, this is the letter, as i have said before, even if god forbid there were a war between libya and america, you would remain my son. >> hold it right there. >> you would remain my son? >> and i will still love you. >> this is damning praise, i believe. i do not want to change the image i have of you. all the libyan peoe are with me, ready to die, even the women and children and we're fighting nothing other than al-qaeda to what they call the islam islamic cities. listen to what he does, he calls president obama his son, that's the worst pr in the world. >> for president obama. >> for president obama. >> absolutely. >> and then he says the one thing that he knows will get measuring as attention, the one thing that makes everybody stop, al-qaeda. he claims that the civilians rising up against him were actually al-qaeda. >> and continues to say that. but those aren't, those aren't libyans, they're al-qaeda, but the fact of the matter is he's been hiring meres nairries at $200 a day on paying off the government to supply them and that's one thing that bill clinton said two weeks ago, don't worry about in
FOX News
Mar 5, 2011 11:30pm EST
-semitic and pretty much anti-american and -- >> they have opinion shows there like we have opinion shows in america and they have news shows and -- get the opinion from the. >> you can hear alan's opinions during the break, click on the link. and, if you calm across a story about media bias, e-mail us. who was tiger as blood and a twitter record? >> a tsunami, of media and, i have been riding on a surf board. >> the media cannot get enough of the charlie sheen saga. who needs rehab? and a high profile designer is canned for his rage of hate. the hollywood press gets gagged when asking about the issue. when asking about the issue. that is next on news watch. i got an egg [pop] i got gum i got a hair net a kazoo a candy necklace an orange a band-aid for forty cents, i got one of these [pop] i got a really great hat i got half a song extra mayonnaise a stamp helium some bling some fries balloon dog fabric softener this much of a shirley temple i got a mustache an apple sprinkles fifteen minutes of parking and a ticket [pop] lipstick two pills a day is what it takes to stay alive if you're hiv positive
FOX News
Mar 12, 2011 2:30pm EST
plant with sea water on the coast there from the pictures that folks in america are seeing. and not only japanese that are developed and seeing that american engineers as well have arrived on the scene and are working closely side by side to get the situation under control. so, all in all, i feel relatively safe. >> kelly: thanks for pointing it out that the local media has been reporting they're pumping sea water into that power plant to cool down the reactor there and we'll wait and see how that develops. but again, the japanese people rely on power to rail services where you're living in tokoyo? >> well, i'm in central tokoyo here and most of the subways and above ground rail lines have opened at least in central tokoyo, but as far as i'm aware most of the lines are getting to the more suburban areas have still been shut down as a result of the aftershocks and most the people have not been able to return to tokoyo after they have been able to leave and i can tell you from my experience today that tokoyo was relatively a ghosttown compared to what a typical saturday afternoon and eveni
FOX News
Mar 12, 2011 11:30pm EST
had an impact on all of america because of the laws that he brought. was it a case of sheer blindd ambition? >> it was a combination. dick scruggs wouldn't have gotten where he did if he was not ambitious. it is a story that is huborous . falling in bad company. poor judgment. i discovered that dick had been addicted to a pain killing drug for several years. he had back surgery and his friends say that that affected his judgment. it is it a combination of things. mr. #1: ultimately the prosecutors got him for attempting to bribe judge. that is a serious thing for a attorney to do. but why on earth would he think that that was somehow going to be something he would get away with? >> that's what his friends thought including john grisham. i can't believe that the dick scruggs i know would be involve would in a hare-brained scheme. >> mike: he was like a soul mate and partner with highest ranking senators and others. some of the people he ran with. >> dick scruggs was one of the most powerful men in mississippi and politically connected in washington and officerly senator trent lott w
FOX News
Mar 26, 2011 2:30pm EDT
to describe this as health insurance and the media fell for it. and the quality of medicine in america, do we have a cure or alzheimer's, no, we don't and that's happening independent of the health care debate and what people are worried about is not the health care finance, it's medicine and they don't have it. >> jon: we have to take one more break. when we come back, elizabeth taylor and her relationship with the hollywood press. >> elizabeth taylor, an attraction on film and an attraction to the hollywood press. how do today's celebrity scandals compare to her time in the media spotlight? that's next on news watch. ... the motorola xoom tablet. with the velocity of a 1-ghz dual core processor, 3-d graphics engine, gyroscope, and a widescreen hd display. grab it and it grabs you. only at verizon. with the rising price of fuel, guess which way shipping costs are going? the u.s postal service has no fuel surcharges. combine that with low online pricing... and your shipping costs... ..could head in a whole new direction. it's time to rethink your shipping. >>> you will kneel. >> i will what?
FOX News
Mar 26, 2011 11:30pm EDT
for it. and the quality of medicine in america, do we have a cure or alzheimer's, no, we don't and that's happening independent of the health care debate and what people are worried about is not the health care finance, it's medicine and they don't have it. >> jon: we have to take one more break. when we come back, elizabeth taylor and her relationship with the hollywood press. >> elizabeth taylor, an attraction on film and an attraction to the hollywood press. how do today's celebrity scandals compare to her time in the media spotlight? that's next on news watch. forty years ago, he wasn't worried about retirement. he'd yet to he of mutual funds, iras, or annuities. back then, he had something more important to do. he wasn't focused on his future but fortunately, somebody else was. at usaa we provide retirement solutions for our military, veterans and their families. from investments... to life insurce... to health care options. learn more with our free usaa retirement guide. call 877-242-usaa. those of us who know grass doesn't turn green just because the calendar says to. and that a
FOX News
Mar 6, 2011 6:30am EST
besides motorcycles we have an unwavering effect for those who risk their lives for america's freedom and security. if you share this respect, please join us. there's a woman who has written a piece in the "washington post" who talks about another kinds of protest she and her friends started in laramie texas -- >> wyoming. >> wyoming sorry. thank you. when the westboro folks tried to protest there and they wore big angel outfits, wings. they constructed angel wings and they peacefully and quietly encircled the pro tessers with their white wings. they said it was so effective and other people in other cities are doing it as well. sh she draws her inspiration from her own home. she knows what to do when people are screaming and throwing tantrums. you have to get as calm and peaceful and block it. >> they did this in tucson, arizona. be west borrow wanted to protest at the funeral of young christina greene in the tucson shooting. they held up the guy apart wings and blocked out the heinous signs. if you want to join check out patriot guard.org. they are looking for your help. >> beautifu
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